The English Literature degree program falls within the domain of culture and literature, as language is an integral part of culture. This discipline primarily encompasses language proficiency, literature, and English language skills.
 It explores the application of language within literature and engages in interdisciplinary studies related to these subjects. In addition to core literature and linguistic studies, elective courses are designed to provide students with a diverse skill set, including business communication, enhancing their career prospects.Therefore, Universitas Pertiwi is the preferred choice for prospective students seeking to major in English Literature. 
Graduates with a bachelor's degree in English Literature can pursue various career paths, including roles as interpreters, translators, tour guides, copywriters, editors, and more.
D3 degree in English Literature

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Offer English education and learning that aligns with the core values of Universitas Pertiwi and aligns with advancements in science and technology. Conduct research and community services that contribute to the growth of knowledge in the field of English. Provide infrastructure, equipment, and information technology systems that comply with established standards. Implement a robust governance system to collectively work towards meeting national standards. Foster networks and collaborative partnerships both domestically and internationally.

Characteristic curriculum

Literary criticism

Literary Translation

Public speech debate

Argumentation on Tourism

Culture in Indonesia

Postgraduate achievement
Excellent Learning Program

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Provide vocational skills and practical practices

Free student accommodation

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Possess expertise in English linguistics and literature, with the ability to communicate fluently in both written and spoken English.
Apply English language skills, linguistic knowledge, and literary expertise to various professional contexts.
Proficiently utilize information technology and communication tools.
Excel in one specialized skill area, such as English teaching (TEFL), business communication, hotel management, or office management.
Hold certifications in Survival English (SE), English Communication (EC), and Advanced English Communication (AEC).
Demonstrate mastery of logical and critical thinking.Proficient in various language and literature research methods.Possess fundamental knowledge of character development, communication ethics, and character shaping within academic and social settings.
Attain a fal*tional level of English proficiency, equivalent to a minimum score of 500 on the institutional TOEFL test or its equivalent exams.
The prospects of graduates